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tobiasfamily
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June 2016

The garden renewal project is going well but has been a long process. I had 2 cubic metres of soil that was removed from the garden on tarps on the ba ...

tobiasfamily
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May 2016

Wow! What a great articles on worm towers - definitely will give this a go. Thanks,Ray.

tobiasfamily
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May 2016

Hi Andy_Mann, You have not disappointed me. I knew somone would answer my question something like this. Thanks for the laugh.

tobiasfamily
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I am in the process of renewing a garden bed and will be sifting soil to remove weeds, etc. before putting it in the new bed. The bed is on a clay ...

tobiasfamily
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May 2016

These links are great and really help. I also found some on the Cement Australia site such as the below that will esitmate the number of pre-mix bags ...

tobiasfamily
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Is anyone aware of any resources that could help to estimate the amount of a product needed? In particular, how many Kg's of rocks to fill a path area ...

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CathM
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May 2016

It's always a good sign of healthy soil when lots of worms are around!If you're not finding any in the garden you've built, there are things you can d ...

timjeffries
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May 2016

Hi @tobiasfamily, there is actually a way to combine a garden bed and a worm farm that works wonderfully well. Check out this post over at Milkwood fo ...

Andy_Mann
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May 2016

How to get worms, that's easy, eat at dodgey restaurants. : PSorry, I couldn't help myself.

Bobbiejohnultz
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2 replies
May 2016

I have proved that they will not survive as I have placed them in the garden and in less than a week they worn't any where to be seen.

Community Manager Jason
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May 2016

Many thanks for your post @Bobbiejohnultz. I've merged it with this existing discussion so that everyone will benefit from your great advice, particul ...

Bobbiejohnultz
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13 replies
May 2016

As I understand Garden worms or Earth worm's are different from worms for compost. Compost worms don't live in soil. They, as I beleive, will only liv ...

darylhewston
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May 2016

When we got the compost bins started, we bought a box of worm casings from Bunnings and just added them to the compost. Since spreading the compost ar ...

snichols
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1 reply
May 2016

Good question. I am interested to hear the answer to this. I would be happy to buy them but wouldn't want them to immediately die if the soil is unsui ...

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tobiasfamily
Budding Contributor
1 reply
June 2016

The garden renewal project is going well but has been a long process. I had 2 cubic metres of soil that was removed from the garden on tarps on the ba ...

tobiasfamily
Budding Contributor
May 2016

Hi Andy_Mann, You have not disappointed me. I knew somone would answer my question something like this. Thanks for the laugh.

tobiasfamily
Budding Contributor
28 replies

I am in the process of renewing a garden bed and will be sifting soil to remove weeds, etc. before putting it in the new bed. The bed is on a clay ...

tobiasfamily
Budding Contributor
May 2016

These links are great and really help. I also found some on the Cement Australia site such as the below that will esitmate the number of pre-mix bags ...

tobiasfamily
Budding Contributor
4 replies

Is anyone aware of any resources that could help to estimate the amount of a product needed? In particular, how many Kg's of rocks to fill a path area ...

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